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bLoebs wrote: Mon Mar 08, 2021 6:59 pm ...thee Fuji I regrettably mustard treated...I now regret doing that but you live and you learn
I learned the hard way on that too. My mistake was with a Masamoto KS about 8 yrs ago.
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Oomph. Sorry to hear that. Did the treatment ever fade or absorb into the naturally occurring patina?
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Same here... forcing a mustard patina is not something I'll do again. Fortunately, a bit of Barkeeper's Friend and some elbow grease got it off.
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JASinIL2006 wrote: Thu Mar 11, 2021 3:38 pm Same here... forcing a mustard patina is not something I'll do again. Fortunately, a bit of Barkeeper's Friend and some elbow grease got it off.
bLoebs wrote: Tue Mar 09, 2021 8:21 pm Oomph. Sorry to hear that. Did the treatment ever fade or absorb into the naturally occurring patina?
I used some diamond spray and a felt block and cleaned up the KS. It did a great job but did leave a slightly more polished/shinier finish on the knife but not a big deal.
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[/quote]I used some diamond spray and a felt block and cleaned up the KS. It did a great job but did leave a slightly more polished/shinier finish on the knife but not a big deal.
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That's genius, Jeff! So smart
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Zwilling Bob Kramer 10” 52100 chef knife and FC61 3” pairing knife
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timos wrote: Mon Apr 03, 2017 7:28 am Iv'e just recently been messing around with this stuff
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How did you get the pattern on this knife and what did you use to form it?
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